Definitions for "Hex "
Keywords:  curse, evil, magic, spell, cast
(a) An evil spell or magical curse. (b) To practise black witchcraft or sorcery.
cast a spell over someone or something; put a hex on someone or something
a spell that is cast either on another person who has harmed someone, or on a situation that has harmed someone
Hexadecimal - A base-16 number system represented by the digits 0 to 9 and the uppercase or lowercase letters A (equivalent to decimal 10) to F (equivalent to decimal 15).
A system of numbers that many trackers use so that higher numbers may be fit into less digits. This system counts from 0 to 9 like the normal system, but then counts from A to F before looping over to 10.
of or pertaining to a number system having 16 as its base
Short for Hexentrix. A type of nut with an excentric hexadiagonal shape. Works for wedging (as a nut) but also for camming.
Shortened version of Hexentrix. A large nut with a hexagonal shape which also has camming properties. Many people prefer to use friends, although a Hex is very effective.
A nonsymmetrical, five-sided chock with varying degrees of camming action
Keywords:  album, psychosis, doom, infernal, drone
Hex is a 1994 album by Bark Psychosis.
Hex (Or Printing in the Infernal Method) is the fifth full-length studio album by drone doom band Earth.
Hex was a British television series developed by Shine Limited and aired on the Sky One satellite channel, about a remote English country school that becomes the battleground between a demonic entity and the witches who oppose it. It mixed elements of gothic horror, soap opera, and modern teen dramedy. Both series of the show are currently available on Region 2 DVD.
Thomas Hector Schofield, nicknamed Hex, is a fictional character played by Philip Olivier in a series of audio plays produced by Big Finish Productions based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. A staff nurse working for St. Gart's Hospital in London in the year 2021, he is a companion of the Seventh Doctor.
Hex, or Hex Media, were a London-based multimedia group founded in the early 1990s by artist Robert Pepperell, coder Miles Visman and the DJs Coldcut. The group set out to exploit the creative potential of, what was then, the new media technologies of CD-ROM, multimedia, interactive computing, video sampling and portable video projection.
Keywords:  rhombus, critter, nash, hero, inventors
A standard unit of measurement in the game — a six-sided area one inch (25mm) across on a map, representing an area 2 meters across (approximately 6.5 feet) in the game setting. Hexes are used to measure range, movement, and areas in the HERO System.
Hexagon; a six-sided figure.
A single unit of the game board that can be occupied by a critter.
Keywords:  bobble, gtk, puzzle, clone
Hex is a GTK+ clone of Puzzle Bobble.
Keywords:  wouldn't, ffffff, tonnes, rgb, signify
The format of colours on the web. If you are telling a browser to make a background white, for example, you write '#ffffff'. You could say 'white', but some browsers wouldn't know what you're talking about. Hex codes are 3 groups of two numbers, which in turn signify the amount of Red, Green and Blue in the colour, hence RGB. These are the three primary colours of light. The range is 0 to 9 plus A to F. So, 0 means none (therefore '#000000' is black; while F means full, resulting in white). With this knowledge, you can now create tonnes of colours by changing numbers. Although, some look better than others at all colour depths - these are the 216 safe colours.
Keywords:  helsinki, exchange, see
See: Helsinki Exchange
The earlier Russian and Soviet receivers which have a flat top and angled sides as opposed to being round.
Keywords:  bead, faceted, tile, resembles, small
(Hexagonal) Faceted bead which resembles a small tile.
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development Italian Derivatives Market
Keywords:  short
Short for ‘hexentric'.
Keywords:  see
See hexadecimal.